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Stuart Walker Overview:

Producer, Stuart Walker, was born Stuart Armstrong Walker on Mar 4, 1888 in Augusta, Kentucky. Walker died at the age of 53 on Mar 13, 1941 in Beverly Hills, CA .

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Mystery of Edwin Drood (, 1935)

By Judy on Apr 15, 2012 From Movie Classics

Claude Rains and Zeffie Tilbury I’ve been planning to review a few Dickens films to mark his bicentenary, and am now beginning at the end of his career – though I do plan to write about adaptations of some of the earlier novels too! I will be discussing the whole plot of Drood in this re... Read full article


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Survived by his son, Arthur H. Walker.

Although his obituary in the New York Times claims he was 53 when he died, the California death records list his birth year as 1880, making him 61.

After graduating from the University of Cincinnati, he started acting on stage, eventually heading theatrical companies in different cities. In Hollywood from 1930, first as dialogue director than as director/producer of second features for Paramount (1931-1933), then Universal (1934-1935). His most highly regarded film is The Eagle and the Hawk (1933).

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